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Fifteen Horses Rescued South of Hurdland

Fifteen Horses Rescued South of Hurdland

Working in cooperation with the Knox County Sheriff's Department, a team from the Humane Society of Missouri's Longmeadow Rescue Ranch has rescued 15 horses believed to be endangered on a…

TRI RIVERS ALL CONFERENCE TEAM

TRI RIVERS ALL CONFERENCE TEAM

TRI RIVERS ALL CONFERENCE TEAM   2007 Tri-Rivers All Conference Football   Unanimous Selection* First Team Offense Ethan Allen                   Clark Co.       QB            6’2”            175lb            Jr. *Javis Vineyard              Clark…

Indians End Season With Sectional Loss To Trenton 28-20

Indians End Season With Sectional Loss To Trenton 28-20

The Clark County Indians’ football season ended last Wednesday with a disappointing 28-20 loss to Trenton, but the Indians never gave up.

CCR-1 Board Considers Drug Testing; Middle School Math Changes

In response to a request from the members of the public, the sensitive topic of student drug testing was discussed by the CCR-1 Board of Education at their November meeting…

Kahoka Increases Electric Rates

As expected, Kahoka residents will see an increase in  their electric rates next month.  On Monday night, November 12, the Kahoka Board of Aldermen gave its unanimous approval to a …

Kahoka Police Investigate 10 Burglaries Thursday Morning

Kahoka police officers are investigating 10 burglaries which occurred in the early morning hours of Thursday, November 8.…

Falling Down? Time to Take Action

Falling Down? Time to Take Action

Clark County’s historic 136-year-old courthouse is not falling down.
Yet.
A tour of the Clark County Courthouse, built in 1871, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, shows…

An Easy Click Takes You Back to Missouri Cities in the 1880s

An Easy Click Takes You Back to Missouri Cities in the 1880s Maps from 1880 to 1920 of Missouri Cities Are Now Digitalized at University of Missouri Library’s Website By…

Lock failure on rivers would have major impact on corn and soybean producers

Lock failure on either the Mississippi or Illinois rivers carries with it the potential economic damage that could exceed more than half a billion dollars for corn and soybean producers,…

KYONG P. “JUDY” OWEN

KYONG P. “JUDY” OWEN

Kyong P. "Judy" Owen, age 55, of Kahoka, MO, died Tuesday, October 30, 2007 at Kahoka.…

Pearl May McVeigh

Pearl May McVeigh, 78, of Canton, MO, formerly of Keokuk, IA died Sunday, November 4, 2007 at her home.…